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this is fox 5 news morning . new details emerging about what happened to two to montgomery county county teenager >> r. soldiers attacked in afghanistan. latest on what's being called a series of green on blue attacks in the district, another noose found a museum. we'll tell you which one coming up. it is june 18th, i'm annie yu, thanks for joining us >> i'm caitlin roth >> happy father's day. >> any dad's watching happy father's day to you and we're delivering up incredibly hot weather for you. nice to be by
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inside in the air conditioning. that's my preferred method. . take a live look, the cloud cover will be our friend for as long as it sticks around. it was a very warm, humid saturday. a decent amount of sunshine and still be sunshine today but a heat advisory has been issued for the district. so hot and humid it will feel like 100 to 105 during the heat of the afternoon, which is between noon and 6:00 p.m. the urban centers love to allow the heat and humidity collect and sit overhead with all the concrete jungle absorbing it. that is where the heat advisory lives. temperatures 77, reagan, 75, dulles, 75 at bwi and elsewhere, everyone else at 70 or above. can't cool off. 77 in
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72 martinsberg. jet stream well off towards the north and we consider to sit under the hot and humid air mass, the heat index will be rising into the upper 90's this season. small chance of a pop-up thunderstorm, otherwise, haze hot and humid with a high of 93. elsewhere high temperatures planning from the low to mid 80's along the water. severe weather in the forecast, and i'll have the details coming up in the seven-day forecast. annie? developing in break in a murder, they have made several arrest, angelie him hill joining us from rockville. angelie, what can you tell us? >> reporter: montgomery county police arrested three men yesterday, all of them currently being held without bond
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all scheduled to be here in montgomery county district court on monday afternoon to have bail review hearings. and i want to take a look. police arrested 24-year-old edgar garcon giana of gaithersburg of his 19-year-old brother roger and joseph oval son canal list yanez. charged with two counties of first-degree murder and two counties of conspiracy. the victims, 17-year-old shadi najjar and 18-year-old artem ziberov were shot multiple times the might before set to graduate from northwest high school, and at a press conference police say one of the teens, nach jar they believe was targeted after rumors he robbed one of the suspects. one of the suspects ranged to meet
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graduation tickets however, it was just a ruse. employees say they don't know if the other victim, ziberov was targeted or happened to be in the car at the wrong place at the wrong time. montgomery county police say information from the public helped them maim these arrests and they still believe there are people out there who may know something. if you know anything, you're urged to contact montgomery county police. that's the latest here in rockville, angelie hemphill. authorities found a body in a lake in gaithersburg, firefighters responded to the lake after receiving a report of a teen in the water and some of the teen's personal belongings were found near the lake in the washington grove section of gaithersburg. firefighters searched the lake and last night, they did find a body. and in the district, police looking for the gunman responsible for a deadly
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shti three people were hit by gunfire last night. one of the victims malik hill did pass away. no word yet on what sparked the shooting. it has happened again. someone hung a noose in the district. this time near the national gallery of art. police say the noose was found hanging on a lamp post on pennsylvania avenue near the museum. it had apparently been there several days, u.s. park police investigating and want to hear from anyone who may have information about this case. 7:05. the investigation continues into the motive of the man who shot majority whip steve scalise and three others, he's been upgraded from critical to critical. the gunman may be dead but the social media footprint may help the fbi find important answer, james cordon reports. >> reporter: scalise and others ambushed wednesday as practicing for your a charity baseball game.
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zach barth, the congressional staffer wounded and describes the moment he was hit. >> it starts popping around me. my fire fight reflexes and they take control. the i decide if i wanted to live i need to get to better cover. >> reporter: they credited police for saving their lives >> the capitol police are the heros, if they had not responded, i don't think anybody would have made it through. all we had was balls and bats to fight this guy. >> reporter: james t hodgkinson left behind a trail of anti-social media rants. many are calling for unity and pleading for all sides to lower the partisan temperature >> if politics and policy differences are what divide us, there are ways to solve those, do it at the ballot box. >> reporter: president trump and the first lady visited scalise wednesday night >> and
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entire country is pulling for them, praying for them, and that we are here for them every single step of the way. >> the pentagon said seven u.s. soldiers were had hit by afgan this week. john huddy reports on this story from jerusalem. >> reporter: second in a week, with u.s. soldiers being targeted and coming under fire. pentagon officials say that an afgan soldier shot and wounded seven u.s. soldiers at the military ways r base in the northern afgan city. an afgan soldier was killed and another wounded the shooter was killed. they're investigating the incident and follows another so-called green on blue attack last week when an afgan sol
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opened fire on u.s. troops during a join operation in the district of eastern afghanistan killing three army rangers. the taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. and while it praised today's. blue being u.s. or nato forces have decreased in recent years but remain a problem. most of these attacks stemmed from cultural misunderstandingings or grudges. whatever the case with this latest attack, it comes as the trump administration is considering deploying as many as 4,000 more troops to afghanistan. a spokesman for operation res is salute were medically evacuated and are recovering in the hospital. a maryland family became first time homeowners thanks to habitat for
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and we were on hand for that special ribbon cutting ceremony, they presented this home to the osman family and three children. they decided to pay it forward. by selling it back to the organization after they bought another home they say the house is a huge improvement from the tight living quarters they were living in before. >> we lived in two bedroom apartment. one room. and so uncomfortable. especially the older one, she's ten years old and needs more privacy >> it provides a stable living condition, provides a safe participate, energy efficient space where were people can grow and thrive, where children can study, and a quiet enviro
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>> habitat for humanity is the largest world wide builder for families. they had to complete a several-month long program and put in 300 hours of work to help renovate so they can move night. overseas officials stopped the search seven missing sailors after the u.s.s. fitzgerald collided caitlin will join us after the break to tell us what we have in store, we'll be right back.
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egotists egotistsed moisture rich thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon, rain of which 93 degrees, hot and humid with an isolated they don't remember, still hot and humid on monday, strong late day
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high pressure builds in ties, that will clear out. 85 degrees, much more pleasant as we'll get afternoon sunshine, summer begins wednesday, 84, nice and then that heat and humidity creeps back in as we head to the second half of the week, looks more humid with a chance for thunderstorms on friday and saturday. and that's a look at your seven-day forecast. annie? . thanks so much, coming up on fox 5 local news news morning, a veteran detective speaking to us abou
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we're speaking exclusively with a veteran detective, who is exposing safety issues he feels should have been addressed years ago, he's putting his career on the line for the safety and well-being of his partner, reno, the story you'll only see on fox 5. >> reporter: he's 87 pounds brown and tan fur. he's part of family, calm as everyone else. takes the spotlight at home. s lease a ten-year veteran at the
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ten-year k9 they ride into work together each and every day and back in their personal car. >> there's always a potential for something to happen. because the car has no safety features whatsoever. >> along the 30 plus mile trek into washington, there's usually a stop or two to make. at the gas station, when the mercury peaks, these ignition turns off just enough that the dog gets air but the public is not in danger >> it's unfortunate but they're going to get bitten and our concern is the safety of the public and these dogs and the officers that transport them back and forth to work every day, and it's a reality that the department seems to want to continue to ignore. >> reporter: more than a decade, he drove his k9 to and fm
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work. luckily seven years ago, things changed >> till 2010 when chief lanier decided to take the cars from us. >> why? >> no reason, no reason was ever given why the cars were taken. >> reporter: do you remember a teletype saying why >> no, it was all verbal. the phone call was made, came in and said can't take your car home anymore. >> reporter: hustler has been fighting to be allowed to drive his k9 cruiser home >> we would make sure that the dog was safe. the door is flat, there's nothing on it. it's, you know, so the dog can't open the door or put the window down, everything is secured, like i said, it's a conventional all the way around. a hot dog system inside, which is temperature controlled by this monitor, it regulates the temperature in the car >> the lights will flash. the window will automatically and this fan
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turn on. >> all the windows have limousine tint in the back area of the car to keep the uv rays out and the back of the conventional cool for the dog. >> i don't know if this officer is taking the dog home. one officer's story is this? sounds like it. >> reporter: in january, the department singled out five of the 26 total k9 officers. prohibiting him from transporting their dogs to and from work, because of mileage restrictions. measuring the distance from their residences to the u.s. capitol. dc police general order 301.4 says otherwise and so does this department memo from january of this year, documenting all five officers live outside the were 25 mile radius allowed by npd. arlington county police told fox 5 all k9 officers are exempt from near 40 miles for
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reason, one to safely transport k9s to and from work veteran appointments and training and two so k9s can be rapidly deployed and/or called back into service 90 of emergency or critical incident. in maryland, perch perch told fox 5 the department allows k9 officers to take the cruisers home and provides mileage exceptions to these officers because the dogs live at the handle hers home. they have k9 handlers that live as far as la play at a maryland. they have no mileage restrictions allowing them to use these vehicles for the quote safety, protection and comfort of both k9 and handler. >> what the department is telling us as k9 handleders and police officers is uk about us, about our dogs or the public. these dogs shoul
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transported safely to and from work. . npd k9 officer can say apply for a take-home vehicle. these requests are applied on a case by case vehicle. they have the option to use on-site conventional to house their k9ly overnight or they may choose to bring them home. those employees who do not have a take, only vehicle are provided are appropriated with appropriate equipment to transport the k9 between the duty station and residents and we can provide these extraordinary accommodations to our k9 officers to insure that our k9s are safe and treated humanly. new details are out about two local teens about what happened that night. jetblue testing out a new way to get passengers through security. we'll have that as well. and we want to
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keep sending us your father's day photos, we've been enjoying them quite a bit this friday. using #fox 5 dad. 7:27. we'll be right back.
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temperature is comfortable at 77. here a live look at reagan national. best than yesterday morning. it was hazy >> we still kind of have the same hot and humid weather, we got into the upper 80's yesterday, we should do low 90's. heat index getting into the dangerous territory. we put an advisory in place, it will feel like 100 plus. it takes a lot to get to a heat advisory in washington, but we're on day three of the same air mass. we continue to bake especially when the sun comes out like it did for appear yesterday afternoon, hot and humid from noon to 6:00 p.m. heat index values could top 100 plus. that does include towards alexandria, mountain
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the districts itself. take breaks if you're going to be outside. a lot of us are out and about for father's day, when you're sitting outside in that hot sun too long, lots of water, breaks in the shade. and do what you can to limit the outdoor activities for example, exercising, do it now or do it right around sunset. otherwise, you're going to run into trouble gets very hot quickly. 77 at reagan, 75 dulles and bwi. elsewhere, everyone is at 70 plus and it's sticky out there. it will take till tomorrow afternoon when a cold front comes through to rid ourselves of this muggy weather. satellite and radar nothing overhead and aside from an isolated shower today, i don't think we have a thunderstorm. we saw a few circling the outer reaches, but it won't be till monday that we get a chance for widespread thunderstorm. a cold front is arriving and will cool us off by tuesday, but cutting into a very unstable air mass and
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severe weather threat for monday afternoon and evening. and this is the way it looks as we take a peak at futurecast beginning at 7:00 a.m. start off with haze and clouds and probably in the early afternoon hours, as the cold front approaches we'll start to see storms break out. they may initially not be severe, but the closer they get to 95, the more enhanced chance of seeing some hail, some damaging winds and possibly even flash flooding with really heavy downpours. the greater flash flood threat is off towards or north and east towards philadelphia. storms continue through evening, and even through 8:00 p.m. futurecast second round of heavy rain for northern virginia, and lots of lightening with these strong storms before clearing out for a the overnight hour, so heads up we'll be tracking them on fox 5 and i'll be here in the afternoon as he the severe weather breaks out. father's day hope everyone
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enjoys it. 93. still if he, 90 degrees storm afternoon storms, clearing out tuesday, wednesday, summer officially begin, beautiful at 84, and the heat and humidity creeped back in looks like we're having high temperatures around 90 with a chance of thunderstorms. that would be next friday and saturday. that's the way it looks for your father's day and seven-day forecast. annie, back over to you. in montgomery county a big break in a murder case. the police announcing they've made several arrests and angelie with the latest. angelie? >> reporter: annie, police believe the motive these killings revenge for a robber. three suspects are being held without bond and scheduled to have their bail review hearings here in montgomery county court tomorrow afternoon. now, yesterday, police arrested these men, 24-year-old
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garcia of gaithersburg, his known-year-old brother, roger garcia and 25-year-old joseph canal liss yanez, charged with two counties of first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit first-degree murder. the victims in this case, 17-year-old shadi najjar, and 18-year-old artem ziberov who were shot multiple times each the night before they were set to graduate from northwest high school. now, at a press conference last night, one of the teams, in a jar was targeted after rumors he robbed one of the suspects wives. one of the suspects ranged to meet shadi najjar to buy extra graduation from him, however they say it was a ruse to lure him. i don't know if the other victim,
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in the wrong place at the wrong time and shot. because he happened to be in the car. montgomery county police say the information from the public helped them make arrests and they still believe there are people out there who know something that can him them. they're offering a $10,000 reward for any information leading to more arrests. if you know anybody, you're urged to call them. that's the latest here in rockville, angelie hemphill, fox 5 local news. 7:36, let's take a look at the top to story, in montgomery county, authorities have found a body in a lake in gaithersburg. yesterday, firefighters responded to the lake after receiving a report of a teen in the water. some of the teen's personal belongings were found 94 the lake in a washington grove section of gaithersburg, firefighters searched that lake and a body was found. and in a the district. police are looking for the gunman responsible for a deadly shooting in
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three people were hit. one passed away and another adult and little boy were hit and are recovering, no word on what sparked the shooting. someone hung a noose in district. near the national gallery of art. it was found on pennsylvania avenue near the museum, apparently been there several days, u.s. park police are investigating and would like to hear from anyone who may have information about this case. and jetblue rolling out official recognition system that could help speed up the boarding process at logan international airport. daniel miller has the story. >> reporter: it's one happy island. it's safe. it's just a beautiful place to go. >> adams of franklin is talking about his favorite destination, renew before a. he and his wife lillian have been going to the tropical island ten years but their latest trip will be quite different. friday morning, jetblue rolled out the official recognition system for
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airport. allows passengers to be photographed at the gate instead of checking in with the boarding pass. >> you don't have to pull out your passport and your boarding pass. you go through the line and they take your picture and that's it >> jetblue said the system is voluntary. they will have the image checked with an agent against the passport or visa photo on file with us customs >> it will get us through quicker. i think it will be great if it works out. >> reporter: logan airport officials tried similar technology to investigator airport employees after the 911 attacks but they cancelled it after it failed to properly identify nearly 40% of people. jetblue says the technology has changed with cloud storage and facial recognitioning a algorithms that are much more
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>> it's enabled us in a very scaleable way. >> reporter: jetblue said it's about getting passengers through the gate sufficiently. they can show their identification to an agent to investigator identity. passengers who choose not to use it can check in using their boarding pass and showing an id. other airports will test the technology later this year. 7:39. coming up, we're going to tell you where president trump is spendings had father's day
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7:42. president trump spending father's day at camp david. where presidents get away to relax and flew by helicopters and yesterday with his wife and their son barnetta scheduled to return to the white house today. happy father's day to him. this is a special father's day edition. the fifth annual
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special. the event is free and starts at 2:00 until 6:00. if your dad is a foodee. check can his out, around the world food festival. starts at 11:00 and ends 6:00 p.m. the event is free. to work off the meal, maybe branch today, if you take your dad to the fourth annual father's day celebration, it is being held at the silver spring center and starts at 10:00 and this event is great celebrates health and wellness and dad's can enjoy different fitness games with their kids it's a family friendly event. >> if you're out and about, share your photos with us, using the #fox5dads. we have been sharing them all weekend long. it's precious. i love it. keep them coming. all right. this father's day is a very special one for one day and a doctor their b
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than ever of a greg jordan called his friend about concerns he had with his newborn twins. that call helped the baby's life. dr. newman is sharing that story in a book called healing children. both dr. newman and greg join us this morning, good morning to the both of you. >> thank you. happy father's day. first and foremost, and in this day, it's a special day because we honor and celebrate dad, but the both of you, it has an extra special meaning. can you tell us about that day four years ago when you had to make that difficult call to your friend >> my sons were born one morning, 7:00 a.m. doing well, apgar scores were perfect. smiling and as the day wore on, my son started to show signs of listlessness and i heard
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tell a story once about when a child vomits green, it's dangerous. i picked up the phone and called cutter and the hospital where we were, said he just had an air bubble. they did an x-ray, and curt said no, you got to come here. at 2:00 a.m. my son was operate on at 6:00 a.m. and his life was saved. >> how frightening. what was it like for you to get this call from your friend >> it was very disturbing and unsettling. but it's all too common call that i've gotten over the years, and it's why i wrote the book. because parents wrote this book for parents and fathers, mothers, but the idea was that they have access to the information i had after 32 years of being a surgeon now
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the hospital and i wanted to to do something to get them understand that there's resources out there that they could avoid this situation not everybody has a ceo of a hospital they can call >> i remember as a first time time mom reading so many books and talking to so many people but they only went so far, it didn't really tell you everything you needed to know, and the knowledge that you could have, so in this book, healing children, what are some really critical things that parents will learn from it? >> i summit if if you read nothing more than the tips for parents at the end, what i would tell you is be prepared to think about things ahead of time. know where that emergency department is to take your child that specializes in children. if talk to your pediatrician, who are the specialists? are they anesthesiologists that only take care of children? there's so much information out th
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access to, but the idea of the book is to help empower parents with that information, so they can ask the right questions ahead of time. >> as we are here four years later, greg and dr. newman, i'm sure the family gets together often and the children are doing great >> doing fine, we were together on thursday night and curt watches them grow >> baby-sit >> that's where moms come in >> you are holding a book signing, which people can come by and say hello to you. tell us about that. >> we are. this will be at politics and pros tomorrow night. i should have had all the proceeds from the book to go to a special charity to help prevent these issues >> is the book club still going on >> yes. it's -- i'm not sure we read as many books as we used to, but it's still going strong >> i love
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way to really sum up what this day is about, just bond and special relationships and your children, thank you so much to the both of you for sharing your stories with us and the book is available at all major book stores as well as amazon.com. dr. new man and greg thank you so much coming up on fox 5 local news, new details are out about what may have caused car re fisher's death. we'll have more. a hip hop artist got a gift early. continue to send the pictures if using #fox5dads. before we head to break, let's take a live look. 7:48. very comfortable start to your sunday but will it stay this way? caitlin roth will join us again with a check of your forecast,
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production and started shouting stop the normalizing of political violence against the right. shortly after another showed up and started yelling, the two protesters were removed and the play continued. the protests being sparked because of a president trump look alike is the famous assassination scene. time now is 7:52. and it is pretty comfortable out there now hopefully it won't rain and won't get too comfortable. >> it doesn't look like we have much rain in the forecast but it will be uncomfortably hot. especially in the district where we got a heat advisory in effect. it is hot out there. very hot or it will be this afternoon, we've got high temperatures rising into the 90's and then we're going to hit the heat index values that will top 100 degrees at times within the district. it's that urban effect, where the heat and humidity sits on top of all the buildings in the concrete jungle
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18 hotter climate. so it was an unscientific explanation but it's almost warmer in the city, whether overnight or during the daytime hours, the heat index topping 100 to 105 degrees today in dc, the heat advisory goes from noon until 6:00 p.m. later today. 77 outside right now. certainly if you want to be outdoors and do exercising now is the time to do it. the cloud cover is your friend. if not this morning, you got to wait until later on this evening when we finally start to cool off a bit. 77 in annapolis, 75 in baltimore, 77 in frederick. 70 if winchester, jet stream to the north and supporting this hazy, hot humid air mass sitting over us. today looks to being the hottest with high temperature. possibly mid 90's in dc with the high due points well into the 70's going to make it feel hotter. so here's what it looks like, unless you're right along the water, anna
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rest of us will do 90's. low temperatures overnight, only in the mid 70's. again, a very isolated thunderstorm chance for today, much more widespread, and likely for monday, because we have a trigger, we have a cold front coming through this will eventually clear out the air mass and deliver nice weather by tuesday. but it is cutting into the heat and humidity and will allow for serious storms up through baltimore, new york. our whole area, most notable the from washington and points northeast where you can have the risk of flash flooding. as far as severe risks go, it's moderate for flash flooding, damaging wind and large hail. keep that in mind, this looks to be in the late afternoon through early evening time frame tomorrow, strong thunderstorms, high of 90 tomorrow, clear
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out less humid tuesday, 85. very pleasant overnight into wednesday, which is actually the first day of summer officially. and those overnight lows in the 60's will feel good. 88 on thursday, warming up with those high temperatures around 90, friday and saturday, looks like that humidity creeps back in, we'll introduce thunderstorm chances again by friday. that's the way it looks, annie. >> thanks. this morning, we're showing lots of love to all the dad's out there have not we want to remind to you keep sending us your photos as we celebrate father's day here on fox 5. if you notice, there's a #fox5dads that's one you
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. this is fox 5 news morning. welcome back to fox 5 news morning on this sunday, it is father's day, we want to wish the dad's a happy father's day. here's a live look at 8:00. this is june 18th. tom fitzgerald has the morning off celebrating father's day >> we want to wish fitz happy father's day >> and so every other father, this is your day. >> one day, don't get it get to you. >> it's a fun weekend. kids are getting out of school. summer weather, vacation mode but it is also
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it will be a hot one this afternoon >> maybe pool time with dad. >> or like really seek those high air conditioned places. restaurants, malls, movie theaters. a heat advisory has been placed just for washington. that tiny little red orange dot that you see over the district is the heat advisory that is in place for the urban centers, also down including alexandria, mt. vernon, the combination of air temperatures in the low to mid 90's and due points in the 70's will make it feel like 100 to 105 at times in the heat of the day later this afternoon, that is dangerous, do be careful and take break, limit your outdoor time this afternoon if you can. it's not too terrible. cloud cover is out. helps a lot. 78 reagan national, 76, dulles, 76 bwi, but it was very humid overnight and still is, temperatures to start you off across the area above 70 degrees. it will be very muggy this afternoon, as we are
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baking under hot sun. the three hs, hazy, hot humid, it will feel like 100 degrees, plus temperatures elsewhere, everyone should do the low 90's, we're hot again monday but a cold front will bring relief by tuesday, before we get that relief, we'll deal with some possibly severe weather monday, i'll have the details on that coming up in your seven-day forecast. annie? 8:03. a big break in a murders case that rocked two high school students families, they have a made several arrests. angelie hemphill is live with the latest. what can you tell us? >> reporter: yesterday police arrested three suspects who are all currently being uphold without bond. they're scheduled for bail review hearings here in montgomery county court tomorrow afternoon, but i want you to take a look at their mug shots,
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24-year-old edgardo garcon of gaithersburg, 19-year-old brother, roger garcon and their friend, 25-year-old joseph ovilson canales-yanez, charged with two counts of first-degree murder and counts of did conspiracy. the victims, shadi najjar and artem ziberov were shot multiple time police say the night before they were set to graduate from northwest high school. at a press conference last night. police say one of the teens, shadi najjar was targeted after rumors he robbed one of the suspects wives. on the night of the murder, one of the suspects ranged to meet shadi najjar to buy extra graduation tickets, police believe it was just a ruse to lure him to montgomery village where the shooting happened. police say they don't know if the other victim artem ziberov was also targeted
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just shot because he happened to be in the car. now, montgomery county police say information from the public did help them make these arrests and they still believe there are people out there who have more information that can help their investigation and they're still offering a $10,000 reward for any information leading to more arrests. so if you know anything, you are urged to contact montgomery county police. that's the latest in rockville, angelie hemphill fox 5 local news. also in montgomery county authorities found a body in a lake in gaithersburg. firefighters responded to the lake after receiving a report of a teen in the water. some of the teens personal belongings found near the lake in a second of gaithersburg. firefighters searched the lake and found a body. in the district. police looking for the gunman responsible for a deadly shooting in southeast three people were hit by gunfire.
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boy were hit by the gunfire and we're told they're recovering this morning, no word on what sparked the shooting. time now, 8:5. it happened again in the district, someone hung a noose near the museum near the national gallery of art. on a lamp post on pennsylvania avenue near the museum. it had apparently been there several days. park police are investigating and would like to hear from anyone who may have information about this case. meanwhile, the pentagon said seven u.s. soldiers were hurt by an afgan soldier this week in the latest of a green on blue attack. the story from. >> reporter: the second in a week with u.s. soldiers being targeted and coming under fire. pentagon officials say an afgan
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u.s. soldiers at the northern afgan city of mazar-i-sharif, the shooter was also killed. afghanistan's ministry of defense said it's investigating and follows another so-called green on blue attack last week, when an afgan soldier opened fire on u.s. troops during a joint operation in the achin district of eastern afghanistan killing three, the taliban claimed responsibility for last week's attack and while the taliban praised today's attack, it did not take responsibility. the green on blue have decreased in recent years but remain a problem in afghanistan. u.s. officials say most attacks stem from cultural misunderstandings or grudges between afghanistan and foreign group, not necessarily a taliban or terrorist plot. whatever the case, it comes as the trump administration is considering
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4,000 more troops to afghanistan. a spokesman for the operation said the seven injured american soldiers were medically evacuated and are recovering. to overseas, the felonies have stopped the search of seven missing sailors after the u.s.s. fitzgerald collided with the ship. more after the break.
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. time 8:10. in gentleman's, seven missing sailors from the u.s.s. fitzgerald were found dead. searchers found the bodies, commander was able to escape and is alive. the u.s.s. fitzgerald sustained significant damage. french voters are casting ballots in the final around of elections that could clinch president macron. he was unknown to the public three years ago, has defied all the rules of french politics which has been dominated by career politicians. cuba policies at an event 422 friday, democrats and republicans weren't satisfied with the changes. >>reporter: u.s. relations with cuba and the u.s. are changing
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the engagement policy started by former president barack obama in 2014. and the reactions to it are mixed. >> a year and a half ago, a president an american president landed in havana to out stretch his hand? today a new president reaches out his hand to the people of >> this does nothing to benefit the american people in a very realistic sense >> the dnc said the new cuba policy will hurt u.s. businesses in a statement house minority leader, nancy pilosi called it a disaster for american workers. a short-sited job killing policy. president trump nouned the new cuba policy in miami's neighborhood of little havana. shortly after the president signed a memorandum directing his administration to channel funds away from the cuban regime by identifying businesses with strong ties to the cuban li
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secret services and probabilitying quote, direct financial transactions with those entities. on the republican there are supports >> it's good for the cuban people and the national security interest of the united states and if you believe in the rule of law, this actually enforces the law >> a few critics like senator jeff flake criticized the policy writing quote, any policy that diminishes the ability of americans to travel freely to cuba is not in the best interest of the united states or the cuban people. some things are not changing. the embassies in washington and havana are going to stick around. americans can still travel to the country but only with a regulated tour group. in washington, i'm ellison barber, fox news. jetblue rolling out a new facial recognition system that could help speed up the boarding process at logan international airport. fox's daniel miller has the story. >> it's one
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it's safe. it's just a beautiful place to go. >> reporter: fred adams of franklin is talking about his favorite destination, aruba, he and his wife have been going to the tropical island about ten years. but their latest trip will, quite different. friday morning, jetblue rolled out this facial recognition system for passengers at logan airport. allowing passengers to be photograph to do the gate instead of checking in with the boarding pass >> you don't have to pull out the pass poured and your boarding pass. you go through the line and look in and they take your picture. and that's it. >> reporter: jetblue said the system is voluntary. passengers who choose to use it will have their image checked with an agent against their passport or visa photo on file with u.s. customs >> to get us through the boarding part much quicker, i think it will be great if it works out. >> reporter: back in 2002, they
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the 911 attacks but cancelled after it failed to properly identify nearly 40%. but jetblue said the technology changed with cloud storage and facial recognition algorithms that are much more sophisticated >> combining those changes overall has enabled us to use facial recognition very scaleable way. >> reporter: the airline says it's all about customer ease. getting passengers through the gate efficiently. passengers who are not accurately identified by the system can show their identification to an agent to investigator their identity. passengers who choose not to use the facial recognition system can check in using their boarding pass, and showing an id. other airports will test the technology later this year. 8:15, coming up on fox 5 news morning, we'll tell you where president trump is spending father's day. and we'll also tell you about
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events happening around the dmv. and please tweet it is your father's day photos we want to see them, we've been enjoying them all morning long using the #fox 5 dad that's what you want to use to get them on the air. here's some as we roll to break. be right back. be right back.
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heat index values surpassing 100 degrees at times in the district. it's already muggy out there, couldn't cool off overnight. too humid, 78 if dc, 76 baltimore, 78 annapolis, mid 70's north and west along the poconos mountains will heat index will be in the mid 90's, it's still very hot. satellite and radar quiet outside right now. there's a cold front well off towards our west moving across the ohio valley. that will trigger severe weather for us tomorrow afternoon, the cold front will clear out the hot weather. however, it will come at the cost of some severe storms. slight risk in yellow for the whole area and that becomes an enhanced risk, from washington up through baltimore. here's what it looks like at 8:00 a.m. tomorrow, hazy cloud cover but as early as 1:00,
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p.m., we'll see scattered showers and storms, flash flighting within and hail in the game for storms that will no doubt bring heavy rain, lots of lightening with them and in the time frame between 3:00 and 9:00 p.m. for the district before we clear out there. monday severe risks to be clear, moderate flash flooding, it becomes a high risk north and east up towards philadelphia, strong winds large hail. the threat is low but still exists on severe weather days. an isolated thunderstorm but that will be tough to pull off. 93 and hot tomorrow, summer officially begins wednesday, gets hotter by end of next week, that's your seven-day forecast. annie? president trump is spending father's day at cam david. it is the first time time where he flew by helicopter yesterday with his wife
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barren. the five and annual father's day auto festival is being held. it showcases sports cars, the muscle cars and technique cars, it's free, starts at 2:00 until of 6:00 today. now, if your dad is a foodee you might want to swing by the national mall for the around the world food festival. dad's can enjoy more than 60 traditional food items from 16 different countries. the event is free. to work off that meal from the food festival you can take dad to the fourth annual fit father's day celebration, it starts at 10:00. celebrates health and wellness, dad can enjoy fitness games with their children. time now 8:21. if you're out and about with dad, share those photos w
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using the #fox5dads, we've been sharing them all weekend and will continue to do so. keep them coming, fox 5 dad's. a preview of what's head with fox 5 news sunday with ronica cleary. we'll be right back.
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chris wallace joins us with a preview of
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good morning to you. tell us what you have in store for us today >> first of all, the terrible shooting over in alexandria in which steve scalise the congressman was wounded along with three others. we're going to be discussing the whole question of the political climate in this town, and in the country and what can be done about it. first of all we'll be talking to rodney davis, a congressman on the field who had to run for his life to avoid the shots and be talking to democratic senator amy to try to raise the level of our game when it comes to political discourse in this country and the other big story is the continuation is a ago about the investigation into president trump potential collusion with russia, potential obstruction of justice. we'll be talking to a member of the legal
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>> tell us about your power player >> this is father's day and it will be beautiful i promise you will remember act wonderful guy, locally rob sheer, a foster child himself. he has now grown up. he has taken in foster children, adopted them and started something called comfort cases because so often, when foster children arrive at a new home, they come with a trash bag with all the worldly possessions, the messenger you're sending to foster children is they're just trash, they need to be thrown out with the trash, he gives them a duffle bag filled with a clean new pair of pajamas or a nightgown, a toothbrush, a blanket, a book, basically says you're somebody of value and we love you. it's a great story. you're going to want to watch it >> it is, chris and the political climate, it's a nice reminder of what really matters and that's a great guess that you have. you can catch fox news sunday at 9:00 a.m. after our show,
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sunday june 18th, i'm ronica cleary, tom has the day off. officials are working to bring a city back to normal after a shooting critically injured congressman steve
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and three others were shot when a gunman opened fire. president trump's latest tweet storm confirms that he is under investigation for obstruction of justice. the latest activity rant covered a lot of ground, he tweeted i'm being investigated for firing the fbi director by the man who told me to fire the fbi director, which appears to confirm that he has knowledge that he's under investigation. now, the president also tweeted after seven months of investigations and committee hearings about my collusion with the russian, nobody has been able to show any proof, sad. let's start here. the special counsel looking into the connection between russia and last year's presidential election hired 13 new staff members and expects to add more. robert mueller was named to the post last month after james comey was fired. last week, there were several reports that the president is now under investigation and then the president confirmed it himself as we just said
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tweet. now, mueller is looking into ties with russia. its cyber attacks and any possible connection to the trump campaign. let's bring in dr. michael font roy, political science professor at howard university. we were just talking about the fact that people may not realize the scope and size of this will, would you be able to change as we've already seen from strictly into that russian collusion, now into this idea of a potential obstruction of justice. and also, that this thing could take years. >> well, it's the white water investigation during the clinton administration, we all know the name monica lou within ski. about her name came to the public forefront that started on a real estate deal in arkansas, four years $40 million alert, we get to monica. the public
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patient if they want to a thorough investigation >> it's amazing that you have to go back in far, because it certainly doesn't -- this isn't the type of thing we see, some people are drawing this connection, form former fbi director james comey admitted he leaked the memos because he was hoping for the appointment of a special counsel. then that happened. now, mueller is added to the investigation, the investigation of the president. does that in any way bring into question motive? does that bring into question the integrity behind this new portion of the investigation? >> not for me. you must remember, that when mueller was first named, there were a number of republicans are now criticizing mueller a few weeks later, who at the time were praising his appointment. i think it's in everybody's to get a thorough investigation done so we can know what we we need to know and move on, as long as we continue with the back
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the investigation without knowing what's happening to me is a mistake. >> i've heard some people talk about this as an example where we're going to go see potentially the cover-up worse than the crime. especially if we're talking about the idea that the investigation has maybe not moved away, but seems that there may not be evidence there of the president himself colluding with the russians since we got the confirmation that he was never under investigation for that now potentially the idea the firing of the fbi director, the potential to obstruct justice with other lawmakers as well. the cover-up, the fear, that can be the thing that is the real problem for the president potentially >> couple different pieces. one is, former director comey confirmed he told the president under investigation. that was as of the time he was fired. there may be collusion investigation going on right now that we don't know about from the
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point. from a political standpoint, this gets to your point with regard to covering up, there may have been activities done that fall short of the legal definition of obstruction of justice, but are still substantial. >> do you mean simply in terms of reelect ability? like ability? what is this difference? is it just about your career in politics versus a criminal suit against you or criminal crime a, a crime. >> this a is almost always about elect ability >> there's something to that, political, elected official's number one job is to get reelected. if they're republican members right now, who are supporting the president, but if a year from now he's about 60% disapproval, they have to go into survivability mode. at that point, i'm looking for some of them to abandon the president to save
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it's always about election >> we spoke about this briefly quickly for our viewers, we're going to bring up close to home, the dc deputy mayor, courtney snowden, she is now under investigation for alleged misconduct, including improper use of her government car and using her staff to baby-sit her child. there's a lot to be flushed out. a lot of what ifs and unknowns, your take on how this may or may not affect mayor >> i think it's early to say for sure, you know, there are staffers in every government across the country and every organization across the country who do things they shouldn't do that doesn't necessarily mean it's the boss' fault. however, it could, if it turns out to be a pattern and practice of hiring people or engaged in these sorts of things that at that point it could potentially be a problem >> brett and logan wish you happy father's day. so happy father's day to you and thank you for being with us. the investigation continues into the motive of the man who shot majo
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three people. now close's family posted an update last night noting that he had another surgery on saturday. he is in serious condition but continues to improve. they also said that scalise is speaking with his loved ones. the gunman may be dead but his social media footprint may help the fbi find answers. jim lokay reports. >> reporter: scalise and others ambush wednesday morning as they practice for a charity baseball game. zach barth, the congressional staffer also wounded and describes the moment he was hit. >> just starts popping all around me, he hits me in my leg and at that point, you know, my adrenaline is pumping and my fighter flight reflexes take control and i decide if i'm live, i need to get to better cover. >> reporter: barth and his boss, roger williams crediting police >> our capitol police are the heros, if they had not responded as they had, i don't think anybody would have made it through.
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fight this guy. >> reporter: james. hodgkinson left behind a trail of social media rants making some to think he was targeting republicans, maybe are calling for unity and pleading for all sides to lower the partisan temperature >> if politics and policy differences are what divide us, there are ways to solve those, that's called election time. do it at the ballot box. >> reporter: president trump an late wednesday night >> i reassured them that the entire country is pulling for them, praying for them, and that we are here for them every single step of the way. >> jesse burns from the hill is here. in the wake of the shooting in alexandria, tell us a little bit about the feel inside the beltway and on the hill >> tensions are high obviously. expected. lawmakers are preparing for an annual charity baseball game and
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the majority whip and the house side to the hospital, critically injured for the past few days. >> let me ask you about that energy. there was a lot of talk about bipartisanship and unity and i'll be honest. my rack was this was more of the same and it's not going to carry through past the weekend. is it all talk? have you seen any specific efforts other than maybe a little hand holding and sharing the trophy at the end of the game that says people on the hill are actually ready to work together >> at the end of the day this is washington and people will -- deep divisions over policy differences will be there, we'll see maybe a few more days, as people are still recovering, lawmakers kind of toning things down trying to keep the temperature down. but at the end of the day. politics is going to be politics. >> one of the things, speaking about tongue things down, there's been talk of the rhetoric and this idea of fake news coming out of both sides. i read reports that the weapon that was used was
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labeled as an assault rifle by several media outlets. then there's been reports that people are saying that sanders actually called for the shooting of the president. these kind of false narratives, incorrect reporting that, insights anger amongst the people. where is the responsibility there? and certainly, where is the responsibility that we hold as journalists to not add to that rhetoric, if you will >> it's the situations where the details are still coming out and takes a few days before we get a full picture and even know we don't have a full picture of this gunman, there's an added to get those facts straight to relay, this is not an ak 47 that he used in the shooting, and to really kind of get to the heart of what tis shooter, you knowings his motive, if we can kind of glean that >> there's always a gun control conversation or debate after an event like this. one member of congress says that shores and representatives should be allowed to carry gu,
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incident like this. now, some say they will begin to carry side arms, others are seeking a congressional resolution to exempt members of congress from dc's concealed carry law. we asked viewers what they thought. >> should members of across be able to arm themselves >> absolutely why not? what are your thoughts >> we can arm ourselves. good for them too and us >> you have a concealed carry law, should be you allowed to conceal, carry in dc >> i think so, yes >> what are your thoughts about concerns about safety >> yes, my safety >> a senator, lawmaker should be able to carry that in public. not only protects themselves but protects someone else. >> based on your experience watching ideas like this unfold is this something that's really for a headline or is this something that you think you'd see lawmakers push forward with, especially you know, in light of the
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>> we're seeing republicans come out and pushing to loosen gun restrictions >> it's just a few lawmakers >> it's an interesting part of the conversation, i saw reaction to it that people are saying this is just protecting yourselves or here to represent us and protect others, lawmakers put themselves in a risky position and they know when they take on the job, it doesn't justify violence >> this happened in virginia, and so lawmakers are pushing for loosening restrictions in had dc >> thank you for being with us. jesse burns from the hill and michael font roy. much ahead. here's a look at what's ahead on fox news sunday. >> this week on fox news sunday, the political rage in america escalates leading one man to violence. we'll discuss what can be done to fix the partisan
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a survivor of the shooting, republican congressman rodney davis. and democratic senator, amy clobchar, then president trump confirms he's under investigation as the special counsel looks into a possible obstruction of justice. we'll talk with jay secla a member of his legal time this week on fox news sunday. 's
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. more about the american college student, the family of on the toe warmbier are sharing more about what happened as well as his medical condition, brings into question about the prospects for u.s. and north korean relations under president trump. thank you for joining us today. >> first and foremost, i mean, when i heard that this young man was released, at first you feel this sense of joy and relief and you find out what happened to him and you say what the hell happened? give us a little insight if you can on what potentially could have been the conditions he was in while in detention >> north korean prisons are nor tore you don't say for being horrible. of course it's a police state.
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it probably is the number one stalinist place in the world. any deviation whatsoever from the leadership of the country. you'll recall that kim jong had his own uncle killed because he didn't give advice that seemed lawyer. he had another top official killed because he seemed to be not paying attention adequately at a speech. this is the kind of climate. so if any one of the prison guards interpreted somehow the signal from the top that we should be tough on this american, the bottom line is we don't know. it's all speculation, but north korean prisons are horrible and usually they're a little bit better on americans because they don't want to provoke a crisis with the united states and they don't want to use a bargaining chip. >> the president talked about putting more pressure on china in working through the relationship between the united states and north korea, something
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tells a little bit about why this strategy may or may not be successful and obviously we're dealing with a north korea, there's a lot of speculation >> you put it well. but it's not that different from what previous presidents and a lot of foreign policy specialists have advocated a long time and even attempted. the problem is, that china doesn't really want to put a lot of pressure on north korea. it's sort of like the big guy scared of the little bully because china is right there, you know, multiple times, bigger and more powerful but north korea is cause them a lot of trouble. also, they won't want north korea to be destabilized. they ten to put a lot of pressure on after a nuclear test or whatever and they put a little pressure and lighten up. this is a pattern that goes back at least to president clinton. i don't think it's a new strategy by president trump. what's new is trump himself seems to have figured out this is the only decent option. china by itself is not going to
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do we up the anti, on china after they probably don't do enough >> let's change the conversation still talking about foreign policy but totally different. the president's speech in miami about our relations with cuba. one of the points that when we first decided to open our travel restrictions to cuba under president obama. it didn't work the way we were managing that relationship. i'm from new jersey and there was always talk about a killer of a state trooper, joanne chez mar and there are certain things we can't compromise on, when the president spoke he sort of reiterated this idea. we can't compromise on certain things. is it ever going to be different? would they suddenly
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before? . >> i understand both sides in this debate. because and there is a link to china, by the way, it's a question of how much can you accomplish with economic sanctions or by lifting economic sanctions. so president obama useds at the definition of insanity is doing the same thing and expect different results. let's see if we can generate or reform, and president trump is saying i didn't see any reform since it was adopted. we didn't expect the cubans to do too much or embark on a certain pathway of further reforms. i think we need to think about on a road map. what do you have to say see within cuba that will help you justify the next stuff, whether you or i agree with one position or another. it will keep being partisan bad mit inback and forth but if we can figure out a way to link our
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sanctions to specific moves by the cuban government. maybe we can start to work on a conscious. >> thank you for being with us, we appreciate your insight. let's back it up a little bit. here's a little information on the latest involving that uva student on the toe warmbier held in north korea. allison barer has more. >> reporter: this is what a on the toe warmbier looked like when detained from north korea. the hospital treating had imsaying he has a neurological injury. he was carried off of the plane and taken to an ambulance waiting on the tarmac >> he has spontaneous eye opening and blinking. however, he shows no signs of understanding language >> north korea detained him back in january of 2016 accused him of stealing a propaganda posed from his
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sentenced warmbier to 15 years of hard labor. it's the last time he was seen until this week. a u.s. official says north korea claims he is slipped into a coma shortly after his trial, the father fred doesn't believe anything coming from the north koreans and said the reclusive regime terrorized his son. >> there is no excuse to any civilized nation to have kept his condition secret and denied him top notch medical care for so long >> his release comes at a time between increasing tensions between the u.s. and north korea, as they continue testing missiles and with dennis rod man's latest trip to the country but the state department and the family insists the nba star had nothing to do with his release. three americans remain in north korea in custody. secretary of state are working on it but it remain as
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situation. isn't cincinnati, allison barber, fox news. what will happen to a program that protects so-called dreamers? hundreds of thousands of immigrants from deportation. the fate is still up in the air, originally said the obama era program known as deferred action for childhood arrivals or daka would continue to prevent them from deportation and would provide work permits. during the campaign, president trump denounced the program and said he would end it, since taking office, he expressed empathy for dreamers. the department for homeland security said the program may soon start to take shape under . coming back. you don't want to miss it. my take on the week ahead.
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. there was talk of bipartisanship. talk of unity. but one report notes that senate democrats are considering blocking routine business in the chamber, which would make it difficult for republicans to schedule votes, even on issues that are not controversial. he said my take that a headline like this is one of the many reasons people are sick of washington. and both sides are guilty of it. there's a reason to be frustrated by the fact that the gop is
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doors on the healthcare bill. but blocking communication in response and potentially creating even more drama? it's not the solution. we've got to let our lawmakers know on both sides of the aisle, that we don't just want talk of unity and mutual support. we'd like to see it in action. president trump is spending father's day at camp david, this is his first time visiting the spot and it's the spot where presidents gets away to relax from all the washington hustle and bus he will. you flew by helicopter to camp david with his wife and their son barren scheduled to return to the white house today. happy father's day to the president, and to my dad and my husband. if you like what you see on fox 5 on the hill every sunday morning, 8:30 a.m.
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fox news on the hill coming up next with chris wallace. have a good day.
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>> chris: i'm chris wallace. the political rage in america escalates leading one man to violence. >> it takes some kind of stamin stamina. >> we are not allowed to punch back anymore. i love the old days, do you know what they used to do with a guy like that in a place like this? they would be carried on, structure, folks. >> this rhetoric and discourse has led to gunfire. >> chris: we will discuss how the partisan climate has grown so toxic and what politicians in the media can do

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